This hotel was the most expensive hotel we stayed in during our 2 week trip to Italy and by far the worst. Our room smelled the entire time we were there, even if we left the windows open all day. On our last full day we were asked for our key as we were leaving to sight see for the day, when we said we were more comfortable taking it with us, we were chased into the street by a staff member and told we HAD to leave the key. When we returned that day we only had to give our room number to get our key back... I could have said any number and they would have given me the key, not a comforting feeling. When we return to Venice we will either pay more of a nicer more central hotel, or we will go for a bargain so we won't feel like we have wasted so much money.
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- A noble beginning of the Fifteenth century building, located in a very pleasant area of Venice,with delightful indoor garden Hotel Al Sole welcomes you amongst typical Venetian atmospheres and modern comforts. ... more less
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